China is benefiting mainly from its undervalued currency. In 2010, the country had a real GDP growth of 10.5 percent and Hong-Kong realized a growth of 6 percent. Inflation was 3.5 percent in China and 2.7 percent in Hong-Kong. Chinese stocks have shown a great track record within the past decade.
The strong performance is also reflected in earnings forecasts. The average earnings per share growth of the 15 high yield stocks amounts to 16.86 percent for fiscal 2011.
The average P/E ratio amounts to 18.34 while the average dividend yield amounts to 3.65 percent. Price to book ratio is 1.83 and price to sales ratio 2.21. The average operating margin amounts to 19.1 percent. Stocks are traded at AMEX, NYSE, NASDAQ as well as being part of the Dow Jones, S&P 500 or Nasdaq Composite.
Here is the table of 10 High-Yields from China and Hong-Kong:
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|Best Yielding Honkong/China Stocks (Click to enlarge)|
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NPD, CISG, HNP, HIHO, TPI, CHL, CTEL, PTR, NTE, GSH, SNP, GA, LFC, CPC, CEO